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A Recipe for a Wife
As much of beauty as preserves affection,
As much of cheerfulness as spurni dejection,
Of moJoat defcrooco as claims protection,
Yet, storeJ with senso, with reason an J reflection,
And every passion bell la duo subjection,
Just faults enough to keep her firm perfection :
Find this, tny fricud, and theu niake your selec
tion, The Boy autl tho Hutu bow.
'At th foot of the rainbow lies a pot of gold."
Some rather unscrupulous wag has
told John n j Paysi.ii foj and one after-
noon, when a beautiful shower marched
its back, like the pay sash of a militia of
tier across his ishoulders, Johnny look sharp
for the exact location of one loot of that
bright "bow of promise," and saw precise
ly where it rested iu the corner of his
lather's great garden.
He snatched a hoe, and slipped around
behiud the shed, and ran for the charmed
pot without being observed, ho fondly
lauded; and on climbing tho last wall that
iutercepted his vision, what was his disap
- pointment to find that he was mistaken in
V the locality, that the foot of the rainbow
was a quarter of a mile beyond, iu a little
valley in the pasture, "ixever niina
5T T V,, thought Johnny, "1 can run there direct-
p- vr-viVjkl''' lr: vnl it i not nioro than dip-finer in the
J I - -- QC O
garden after all."
lioy-like he ran at full speed for tho val
ley, scarcely looking at the object of his
search till ou the brow of a hill overlook-,
ing the golden valley, when, to his great
grief, he siw that the glittering promise
Was tVTay On thu oppose urn. A tangled
.. . . .
swamp lav in hi i:ith, but the rainbow
gold lay beyond. Torn clotbes torn feet,
and bleeding bauds were drawbacks to the
enjojtnent, to be sure, but a pot of gold
would not only repay all damages, but al
so perve to purchase a much coveted ball
and bat, upon which young Johnny had
set his affrc lions.
I3ut the moat seriou3 drawback to the
enjoyment was tin? final discovery, on
otnrging from the brambles, that the rain
bow was "nowhere," and that the sum
had L'ft but a small legacy of light to the
weeping earth, for the benefit of our John
ny in hia homeward march over a long
mile of swamp, and hill, and valley. His
father and mother spared liia that night,
judging that meditation wa the best sauce
for such a dish as he had made for hiui
.sclf. In the rjoming his mother brought him
h:a Wet ar.d torn clothes, nicely dried and
mended, and, with a smile and a kU.i, told
Hut his father wished t) see him.
For what could it be? Nathing bad,
aurttly; fur his mother would not betray
with a kiss. He hurried up, and went to
his breakfast, with a look that inquired
what was meant, but afraid to ask after all.
Breakfast, ever his lather said, kindly:
"Johnny, you want Forao money, do
Johnny looked down, and the rainbow
becrati to shine in his face a well as his
thought, for he blushed warmly.
44 And so you thought you would chase
tho rainbow last night led off Dy Billy
Wilson's joke. It was no use to Flip be
hind tha woodhouse; I saw you, and gues
scd your rrand."
The rainbow grew all red in Johnny's
face) but ho wn-i mute, nud hardly peeped
out from under his hat. to sec what was
u You saw the foot of the rainbow iu
the garden did ou?"
il Yes father," Johnny said, timidly,and
looked up a litth.
44 Well, m did I," added Mr. Paysou,
4 'and now g i your hoc and come with me
and we'll dig there, and you shall have half
the inonev." Johnny looked up full and
fair, wkh a wbrld of wonder and delight
in his great eyes.
"Why, father, I thought you would call
it all nonsense; you baid Billy was jok-
44 Ah ! well, we'll sec if there is no gold
They went off to the great garden
Johnny in a wonderment at every motien,
and prompt to do whatever his father di
rected. Mr. Payon turned up the ground with
a spade, and Johnny raked it all over,and
by the direction of his father, was very
oarcful to pick up every pubble and stick
which might interfere with the charm that
was to be wrought. They furrowed the
l.tnd into little (ua res, like a checker-board
and Johnny wondered and wondered; till
presently Mr. 1 'ay so a produced a bag of
r.omo small matter, in which the body be
gan to look.
44 Why, father, that's carrot Feed ! You
are planting carrots! 1 thought we were
going to dig for gold !"
faec leli con.-idcrably at the diseov-
44 Not digging gold to-day, my hmi, but
getting ic-idy. In the fall, when the ear
rots are grown, wo'll dig thcro beautiM
gold, and you shall have more money to
purchase what you desire than if you wcro
ebasing rainbows all the year."
Johnny was not quite satisfied, for the
gold fever was on him high ut the time ;
hut when the harvest came, he learned a
very pleasant nnd permanent lesson that
industry, in regular productive channels,
ii worth much more than the goldenroots
of all the rainbows fsinco Noah's flood.
vj7 What is tlie differcn o b'.tryeflti .in
attfisi to hoiiiicide ar.d hep hilling?
One i.-t an in sank with iulent to kill ; and
tho other U a kill with intent t soft!
V2T Au Jmhni.in, btiti.i: askrd if hej
understood French rrjdied : Ye.-, )v thi
jowcTH j uniRTri:iui i renew WUCI1 onu
tpkes it in Iri.-h."
Xr At HprinpGeld, .Mass., a lady tent
tho fullowin volunteer toasf ;
r. 1 f 1
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Two Improved Fains
ONE lying six inilcs west of tho village of Paw
Paw, on tho territorial road containing 102
acros of choice fanning land, with sixty acres of
mprovoiaent. On the premises is a good
Ilea ins Orchard, Water,
in 1 other conveniences a very desirable frm.
flic other contains 4ft acres nearly all improved,
with a small new dwelling house, nearly complete
good barn and a fine thrifty younj orchard a
valuable plac for one doming a farm of that izo.
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Opposite the Covrt House,
'PURS well-known cbtiiblishmentcontiuucs to turn
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JTiV M'Jat kinds of Produce and Lumber taken
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Paw Paw, Aug. '5?. 173-ly. J. PALMER.
BOOTS AND SHOES,
Manufactured to Ordor, from Lai-tcrn Tinned
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,V. A V..
LEGAL A D VEItTl b EMj NTS.
WHEREAS, default has been made in the pay
ment of a certain sum of money, tho payment
of which was secured by an indenture of mortgage,
bearing date tbe fifteenth day of June, A. D., 1832,
executed by Lawrence Rrewer, of Van Ruren coun
ty, Michigan, to Alvin Hall, of Ashfield, in tho
State f Massachusetts, on the land and premises
hereinafter described, which mortgage was duly
recorded in the oCice of tbe Register of Deeds for
Vaa Buren county, aforesaid, on tbe fourth day of
October, A. D. 1&62, at eleven o clock in the lore
noon, in Liber C, of Mortgages, on pags 483, and
494, on which mortgage there is claimed to be due
and unpaid, at the date hereof for priucipal and
interest, the sum of ono hundred and eighty. five
dollars and ten cents, ($185 10,) and no proceed
ings cither at law or in chancery having been in
stituted to recover tho amount secured by said
mortgage, or any part thereof,
Notice is therefore hereby given, that, by virtuo
of a power of sale contained in raid mortgage,
which power has become operative by tbe default
aforesaid, and in pursuance of tho s atute in such
case provided, thq said mortgage will be foreclosed,
by sale of the mortgaged premise therein described,
to wit: "All tko following parcel ot land sitnatcd
Un the county of au Ruren and State of Michigan,
f Known and described as the south half of the north
west quarter of section number twenty-nine (29) in
town (2), south of range thirteen (13) west, con
taining eighty acres, be the same more or le., ac
cording to the United States survey," which will be
sold at public auction or vendue, to tho highest
bidder, at tho Court House in tho village of Paw
Paw, in said county of Van Ruren. (that being the
place of holding the Circuit Court for said couuty,)
on the twenty-fifth day of December next, A. D.,
185P, at ten o'clock in the forenoon, by the Sheriff
of said county, or his deputy, or under sheriff.
Dated, October 1st, A. D., 1 858.
Alvin Hall, Mortgagee.
S. II. Rlackman, Attorney. 12wl81
WHEREAS, default has bocn made iu the pay
ment of a certain sum of money, tho payment
of which w&3 secured by an indenture of mortgage,
bearing date tbe first day of March, A. D., 1$7,
executed by Nathau Raker, f Van Ruren couuty
and State of Michigan, to Elias (J. Kinne, of the
snino county and state, on the land aud premises
hereinafter deteribed, which mortgage whs duly re
corded in the oflico of the Regi.-ter of JJced.j for
.aid county of Van Ruren, on the twenty-seventh
day of March; A. D., IS."", at one o'clock, V. M , in
Liber I'. of Mortgages, on page 319 ; and whereas,
said mortgage was duly assigned by paid Elias O.
Kinne, to Freeman Hall, of the couuty of Van
Ruren, aforeFaid,'y assignment dated tho 20ih
day of March, A. D., l..r, and duly recorded in
tho Registers otlice utore.-aid. on the ht vcHtluv of
Mav, A. D., lfOS, at two oVlock, V M., in Liber (I,
of Mortgages, on pago 91; on which mortgage
there is claimed to bo due and unpaid at the date
hwreof, for principal and interest, the sum of nine
ty dollars and ecventy-two centj(S90 71'), and no
proceedings at law or in Vliancery huving been in.
stirutcd to recover the' amount secured bv ."aid
mortgage or any part thereof,
Notice i?, thercfr', hereby j'iven, that, by virtue
of a power of sulo contained in raid moit,Ta .',
which power h.n become operativo by I bo de fault
aforesaid, and in pursuance of the statute in mch
case provided, th said mortgugo will bo foreclosed
by sale of tho mortgaged premises therein described,
to wit ; "alltLat certain piece or parcel of land,
situate and lying in the county of Van Ruren and
State of Michigan, and boing Lot tw (2), in Rbtck
one (1), in Kinne' addition to the villluge of Mat
tawan," which will be sold, at public auction or
vendue, to tho highest bidder, nt the Court House
in the village of Raw Taw, in ta'd county of Van
Ruren, (that being tbe plaov of holding the Circuit
Court for sai l county,) on the twenty-tilth day of
December next, A. !., 1858, at ten o'clock iu the
forenoon, by ihu ihtrill' of county, or his deputy, or
Dated, October 1st, A. D, lSi?.
Funi-MAN Hall, Assignee.
S. II. Llackman, Attorney. 11'wlSl
Default having Leeu made in tbo payiatct o' a
certain ?um of monev, f ecu red to be rid by.
iiidcututo of liloi tgMv, dated March twelfth, 18j8
executed by Andrew J. Olds and Ann E. Olds,
to William R. Hawkins, and recorded on tho name
duy, at eloveu o'clock, A. M., in libtr F. of mort.
cages, on page C37, in tho office of the Rgister of"
Deeds, for the County of Van Ruren, and State of
Michigan, upon which is claimed to be duo at this
date, one hundred twenty two dollars and thirty
one cents, aud no proceedings at law or in cbnnce
ry having been instituted to recover the Fame :
-Notice is thereforo hereby given, that by virtue
of the power of sale, contained in said mortgage,
and in purFtiincc of the Statute, in such ca; mado
and provided, the tame will bo foreclosed, and tbe
premises doscribed iu ?aid mortgage, (or so much
or such parts thereof as shall be necessary to suti.-i-fy
tbo amount due, with interest aud costs of fore
closure, ) to wit: Tho south, -sixty acros of the
south west quarter of section thirty, in township
three, south of rauge thirteen west, Situate in the
County of Van Ruren aud State of Michigsn. will
bo sold at pul lio vendue, to tbo higbett bidder, at
tho front do-ir of the Van Ruruu County Couit
Houso, in Paw P.iiv, in .said couttv, ou the fifth
day of March, Do'., at tea o'clock, A. II., eft-aid
Dated, December Dili. 1 S3i.
William R Hawkim.
I'll OH ATII NOTICE.
STATE OF MICHIGAN', County of Van Euron,
n Notice is hereby given that application has
been made to said court, by Orrin T. Wolch, ad.
miai.trator of the Estate of Stephen O Hathaway
deoeased, for license to sell certain Real Eetatoof
ail deceased. Thereupon it is ordered, that Mon
day, the twenty-fourth day of January at ten o'clock
in tho forenoon, bo assigned for the bearing of said
petition, and that the heirs at law of said deceased,
and all other persons interested in said estate, are
required to appear at a session of said Court, then
to be holdon at the Probate Office, in tbo village of
Paw Paw, and show cause, if any there be, why the
prayer of tho petitioner should cot bo granted :
And it is futher ordered, that said petitioner givo
notico to the persons interested in said estate, of the
pendency of raid petition, and tbe bearing thereof,
by causing a copy of this order to bo published in
tbe True Northerner, a nowjnper priuted and cir
culated in said County of Van Ruren, four succes.
sivo wctk.s previous to taid tlay of hearing.
A. W. Nash,
Judge of Probate.
(A true Copy.) 191w4
Culver, Page & IIoyne,
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Station c r.v, Bookb in di rt,
And Wholesale Drnlcrs inHook IlindctV
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Lithographing of all kinds neatly done.
All kinds of Rlank Rooks manufactured on shor
notico. Mag.ar.ine, Music, Ac. neatly bound.
Orders solicited. . 133-tf.
4 (Hi.uuu KR1CK now ou hand and for sale ut tho
1 Rrick Kiln, one and a half miles west of the il
lago of Paw Paw. Thso wishing to purchase,
will find it for their interest t call ot thi.ikiln be
fore making their arrangements elsewhere. Also,
a fow thousand Wri.i. RtdcK. Most kimh of pro
duce taken in exchange. C. W. WHIPPLE.
October 1R58. 1821y
G. A. SHUIIMAN ,
S 7 A a E PR O PR I E TOR.
ci... l..n n ,.;ii 1 . 1
tho Station, (on line of Michigau Central Rail
Road,) with p.iMcngrr trains East and West re
turning to the village, on arrival of each train.
j?-fr Passengers carried at all times between
paw Paw and Lawfuii. Extra crdled for, run at
all hours. Stage Oflico at tbo Exchange" Hotel'
il;e,:e Lxpri-t ritV"r - a ' -it T.-- b. d'pip.
1 t i r'.s-lvH.
LEGAL ADVERTISE J EiN'i S.
ADMIMHTIIA'I Oil KALU.
NOTICE is hereby given that by virtue and in
pursuance of a license granted to us by the
Probate Court of Van Ruren couuty we shall eel
at public vendue according to law, on the tecond
day of Octoler A D 1858 at one o'clock V M at the
Court House in the village of f aw Paw, the follow.
ing described real estate belonging to the estate of
Horace Humphrey late of said county deceased, to
wit. ino norin-easi quarter or tne south-east quar
ter of section one, also tbe north-east quarter of
tbe north-east quarterysection twelve, also, the
aouth-east quarter of Liorth oast quarter of sec
tion eleven, and irK-rahip number ono, south cf
range fifteen We,tViv'n Ruren county 8tate
of Michigan, subjecibJthe widow's dower.
Paw Paw, Auguif 15th, 1858.
175-5w. ASA G. HINKLEY,
ZENA8 C. HOWARD.
The above sale is postponed until the 18th inct, at
the s-amo placo and time.
ASA 6. HINKLEY,
ZLNAS C. HOWARD,
Paw Paw, Oct. 2d, 1858. 812w2
Tho above sale is further postponed until tho
28th of December, at the same place and time.
ASA O. HINKLEY,
ZENAS C. HOWARD,
Paw Paw, 0. t. 19tb, 1858. 184w9
IN pursuance and by virtue of a dcree of tho
Circuit Court for the county of VairRuren, in
chancery, mado on the seventh day of October,
1868, iu a certain cause therein pending, wherein
John R. Jones is complainant, and Edwin T.
Harris and Eliza Ann Harris are defendants: notice
is hereby given, that I rball sell at public auction, to
the highest bidder, at ten o'clock, A. M., on Satur
day, tho f urth day of December, 1858, at tho Van
Ruren County Court House, in i'aw Paw, in said
county, the following described premises in the coun
ty of Van Ruren aud State of Michigan, to-wit: that
piece of land known and described as tbo fcoutb wtet
quarter of the north-cut quarter of section thirty,
in township four, south of range fourteen wctt,
containing fortv acres of land, more or Un.
Circuit Court Commiisioncr
for Van Ruren Couuty, Mich.
October 19th, IPW
DEFAULT having been made iu tbo payment of
a certain sum of money secured to bo paid by
au luacnture ot mortgage bearing lato tbe six.
tecnth day ot April, A. D. 1850, executed by Chus.
M. Odell and Hannah K. Odell, bis wife, of Paw
Paw, Van Ruren county, Michigan, to Hiram Suy
land, of the same pi ce, ou the premises herein
after described and which mortgage was duly re
curded in tbe office of tbv Register of Dee.lj, f.r
tbe county of au Ruren, Stato of Michigan, o
the seventeenth day of April, A. D. Ii;, ut 8
o'clock A. M. iu Librr D rf raoitg-t-ea, on pages
539 and 640, and which Mortgage was duly
assigned by said liiiaui Siiyl.m.t f dames
liariu of unid county ;f Van Liumi, by au align
ment dated the fount emit dsy of May," A. D. lsj,
and nrorded iu the Rcgifti-r'a ollie uUicsaid, ou
tho 14th day of May, A. D. Ibjj, ut ii o'clock P. M.
in Liber D, of mortgages, on pages 511 nnd 512
n.d which mortgage was afterword aligned by
faid James Harris to Henry Y. Rhodes, of the
county aforesaid by an at-Mgnuictit dated the tenth
day of December, A D 1553, and recorded in the
Register' ofice aforesaid ou the tenth dav of De
cember, A D 1S55, at half past 1 o'clock P M in
Libdr E of mortgages ou pago VJ7 ; aud which
mortgage was afterward duly assigned by raid Hen
ry W Rhodes to J uo.C Everett of the county aforesaid
by an assignment dated the seventh day of July,
A D 1856, and recorded iu tbo Register's office,
aforesaid on the eleventh day of July, A. D. 1856,
at 6 o'clock P M iu Libtr E of mortgages on pago
12C, aud which mortgage was ajtcrwurds duly as
signed by the said John C. Everett to Tbaddcus
H. Ilavrinon, of tbo county a I ore mid, by an at
figmneut dated tbe twtnty-tirt day of October,
A. D., lfciS, and recorded iu tbo Registers otlico
aforc.-taid, on tho twenty-first day of Oetober.A. D.,
I865. at live o'clock, P. M..on page 150,i Liber (.
of mortgnge?,and ou which mortgage there is claimed
to be duo and Ukpaid at this date, November 4t!i,
lb8,thusuu of one buudrcd audtixty dollars aud
ten cents, (S1C0.10,) being for tbo second and
part of the third installments and interest to date,
and no proceedincs ut law or in chanccrv baviucr
been instituted to recover the amount secured by
K3id mortgage or any part thereof;
Notico ia t'jcrcforv hereby gm-a that by virtue
of a power of rale coutaincd in paid mortgage,
which power has became operative by the default
aforesaid and in pursuance of the Ft.itutc in such
case provided tbo premises encurubcred by i-aid mort
gage ti wit: Lot nuni two i:i l.l.uk mnubcr
twonty.ff-ur iu tho village cf Paw Paw, in the
county of Van Ruren, and Stato of Michigan, :tc
cording to the recorded plat of .-aid village with
the appurtenances or unuh thereof a.i will bo ncc-CiJ-.iry
t ) satisfy the aruouiit due on .aid mortgage
und cu.-'t f talc, will be hold at public ;iuithn or
vendue to tho bigbc&t bidder, fcubject to ouc nibie
iueut iu.-itallturct of raid tuortgago yet to becotue
due of ono bundn-d dollars and intercut, at the
Court Hout-c, in tbo village of Paw Paw, iu ruid
county, that being tbo placo of holding the circuit
court f.-r said county outhe twenty-ninth day of Jan
uary, A. D. 1859, at I o'clock in the uftern'oou.hy tbo
sheriff of aid county or hi deputy or under thcriff.
Dated November 1th, 1P5.
THADDEL'S R. II AR RISON.
WHEREAS default has been mado in the pay
m nt of certain sums of money tho paymcut
of which was socurcd by an indenture of mortgage
bearing date t o twonty-seventh day of February
in the year of our Lord ono thousand eight hundred
and fifty six, executed by Daniol C. Parker to
Matthew A. Munn, guardian of AurillaJ. Munn,
Parthena E. Munn and Allis Munn, on the lands
and premises hereinafter descril cU situated in Van
Ruren County, Michigan, which mortgage was du
ly Recorded iu tho Register's office for said county
of Van Ruren in tdo State of Michigan on tho
two ty-eeventh day of February A. D. 1856, at
half past eleven o'clock A. M. in Liber F. of mort
gages, on pago 85, on which mortgago thcro i
claimed to bo due and unpaid at the date h roof the
sum of Two Hundred and Twenty-One Dollars and
Eighty-Two Cents ($221, 2) and no proceedings at
law or in chancery huving been instituted to re
cover the amount secured by said mortgage or any
Notico h therefore hereby given that by virtuo
of a power of sal contained in said mortgage,
which power has become operative by tbe default
aforesaid, aud in pur?uanco of the statute in such
case pro iled, the said mortgage will be foreclosed
by salo of tho mortgaged premises therein doscribed.
to wit: "All that certain picco or parcel of land
.-hunted in tho eounty of Van Ruren aud Stale of
Michigan described as the north half of tho north,
wet fractional quurtcr of section thirty, in town
ouo south of Rango thirteen wet containing fifty
four and 1 1-1 00th. acres, moro or less," which will
bo sold at public vendue, to tho highest bidder, nt
tho Court Houso in tho Villago of Paw Paw in said
county of Van Ruren, (that being tho place cf hold
ing the CircoH Court for said county, oT ho
twelfth day of February next, A. D. 1S59, at eleven
o'clock io tbe forenoon, by the sheriff cf said coun
ty or his deputyfftx under thcriff, subject to ono in
stallment of said mortgago yet to become duo and
the annual intereyetecn.
Matthcw'A. Munn, Guardian Ac.
f Mortg ee
S. H. Elackk.Iw, Attorney. 1S8w12.
NOTICE U bireby girru, that by virtuo un l in
purujnc of a license crantcd to mo by tho
Probate Court for the county of Van Ruren, I thall
so 1 at public auction to tho highest bidder, at tho
Court House, in tho village of Paw Taw, m the
county of Van Ruren, ou tho thir l day of January
next, at ono o'clock, P. M.. the fallowing deseribod
real estate, belonging to tbo eitate cf Jacob Glid-
don. (Wnnnvb to wit! Tho sonth-ca:ft mitrttr Of
tho kouth-cj. t uArter cf soction four, and tho cast
half of tho north-east quarter of tectka Eire, ex
cept four rods and fourteen feet in width, lyi oa
tbe north Mdo nftbatcnitori.il read, all in town
ship three, routb, f r.mgo thirteen est,. Vau B'i
rcu county, Stato of Micbtgaf). '
IV.NNY GLinr;:-. Frrrutrii:
BY virtue of two executions issued oat of aad
under the seal of th Circuit Coirt, for tke
county of Van Ruren and fftate of Michigan, and
to me directed and delivered, I have levied opoa
all the right, title and iuterekt of Truman Laoapsoo,
in and to the following described lands aad teoe
mints, to-wit: The west half of tbe iouth-et
- quarter of section camber two, (2,) in township
cumber three, (3,) south of range number sixteen.
(16,) west,containing eighty acres, more er less, tad
situated in said county of Van Ruren and State of
Michigan, which I shall expose for aale at public
vendue, at the Court House, in the Tillage of Paw
Paw, in said county, on Wednesday, tbe twelfth
day of January, 1859, at the Lour of ten o'clock,
in the forenoon of said day.
NORLE D. IUCnARDSON, Fheriff.
By William Hill, Deputy Sheriff.
Dated Paw Paw, Kor. 24tL, lti8. 189w7
QTATE OF MICHIGAN,' Van Ruren Comity
O Probate Court, in the matter of ho estate of Al
bert Pullis deceased: notice is Lerey given U
the creditors of said estate and all others interest
ed, to appear at the Prebate Office for tbe eounty
of Vau Ruren on tbe third Monday of April next,
and prove their said claims before tbe Judge there
of, and that six months from (his date are allowed
for the creditors to present their claims.
A. W. NASH, '
Judge of Probate.
November 20th, 1855. 169wS
TWHEREAS, default has bera made in th
V V payment of certain sums of money the pay.
mcnt of which was secured by a certain indenture
of mortgage tearing date tho eleventh day of
December, 1857, executed by George White and
bis wife Abigail Ann White, of the cour.ty of Van
Ruren, and State of Michigan, to James Cowgill,
of Kalamazoo county, Michigan, and recorded in
tbo office of the Register of Deeds for tbe count v of
Vau Ruren aforesaid on the 31st dav of Decern
ber, 1857, at 2 o'clock P. M. in Liber V of mortga
fjes on page 575, on which nrtgc tbere is claim
ed to bo due aud unpaid at tbe date of this uoti'-e,
tbo sum of eigbty-livo and fifteen one hundredths
dollars, ($87,15,) and no suit or proceedings at.
law or in chanccjy having been instituted to col
lect the samor any part thereof;
Notice is therefore hereby given that by virtue
of a power of rale contained iu said mortgage and
ic pursuance of tho Statute in such case made and
provided, the premises iu said mortgage described,
to-wit: "The wett twenty-four acres of tbe can
Lalfof the vcfthalf of the north-east quarter
of section number eleven, (II,) in town fair, (4,)
south of Range thirteen, (13,) west in tbo couuty
of Van RurcN aforesaid, will be sold at publio auc
tion to the hig'.ost bidder, at the Court House iu
tbo village of Paw Paw, (that being the place for
holding the Circuit Court for said county of Van
Ruren,) on the 2Vth day of January 1859, at ni
'clock in the afternoon of said day by the sheriff
or his deputy.
Dated November 4tb, 1858,
173-12w. JAMES COWGILL,
Nathan H. Rhtly, Att'y.
c iTancehv hale.
IN pursuance and by virtue of 2. decree of tbe
Circuit Court, fr the couuty of Van Euure,
iu hanccry, made on tie f.fth day cf Ocfoler,
1858, in a certain cau.e therein pending, wherein
Thcodoro P. Sheldon and Horace Mower are ccm
plainauts, and George P. Smith and Mary A.
Smith, arc defendants ; i.ctbe is hereby givn.
that 1 idiHll fell at puplic auction to tke bijtb
bidder, at ten o'clock, A. M. mi Saturday .tbe eight
een th day of December. 185?, at tbe V'an Rur n
Couuty Court Houso, in Paw Paw in said rountv,
the following described premises ut'.iate in suit
county of Van Rure-a and State of Michigan, w
wit: all those certain pieces of td described ap
follows: lot. number five and six, i:i block vuw
be r twiuty-thrco in Ditely's addition to the villagt
LawtoH, a.T recorded in the Register's office, of Yar
Rurcu Couutv, State of Michigan.
Circuit Ceurt Commissioner,
for Van Buren Couuty, ilicb.
November 1st, 158. ISSwA
IN purfuaiice and by virtue af a decree of tV
Circuit Court, for the Coucty Van Luran, ia
chancery, mado oa the fafrh day of October,A. D.,
1858, iu a certain cauco therein pending, whcteU
ti 1 n si .11. ....
ineouoru 1. ?uciaou, u complainant, and juiaar-t
McNeil, is defendant; notice ia hereby gives thai
I thalltsell at public auctien.to tho highect bidder,
t nine o'clock A. M., en Saturday, the eight!
day of December, A. D., lb;-S, at the Vaa Borea
County (Jourt Ilouac, in Paw Paw, in usid Ccaat;,
tho following dcfcril.cd pnuiisrs situate ia tb
county of Vau Ruren and State cf Michigan, to-wii :
all that certain picco of laud kcowu and dci'riaei
n.t the north cast quarter of the north eastqtarfrr
of tection o?ie, i'.i towu.-hip four, eoctb of, rsuje
thirteen west, containing forty acres of land ?
cording to tbe I'uiud States Swrvr.
Circuit Court Coawusioner,
for Van Durcn, County Mich.
November Itt, 1858. 185w8
IN purfcuanco aud by virtue of a decree of tao
Circuit Court, for tho county of Van Eurcr, iu
chancery, mae ou tbo uxtb day of October, lS5i.
in a ccrtaiu causo therein pending; wherein
George W. Abbo and George Colt, arc crmp'.i.in
ants, and Robert Malby, Eliza A. Mai by, and
Coles (trccn, arc (tefendants; notico is hereby giv
en, that I Lall bell at publio auction, to the high
est bidder, nt eleven o'clock, A. M.. on Saturday,
the eighteenth day of December, 1858, at tbe Vaa
Buren County Court House, in Paw Paw, in said
county, the following described premises, situate
in tho county of Van Ruren, and described is fol
lows, to-wit: all thojo certain pieces or parcels of
land situate and being in tho village of Mattawaa.
known as lot number one, two, three and four, io
block number ono, in said village of Mattawan, iu
raid county of Van Ruren and State of Michigan
Circuit Court Commissioner,
for Van Buren Crunty, Mich.
November 1st, 1853.
STATE of Michigan, County of Van Bores, it.
Probate Court for said Couuty. A paper purpor
ting to b the lat will and Ustamenl of Martiu L
Munn deceased, having been deposited in this
Court by Jane C. Munn, widow of said deceased,
praying for Probate thxreon.
Thereupon it is ordered, that Monday, the twenty
seventh day of December at ten o'clock, in thfore
noon, be assigned for the bearing of said petition,
and that the heirs at law of said deceased, and all
other persons interested in said Estate are required
to appear at a session of tbe said Court, then to bo
bolden at the Probate Office, in the village of Paw
i. nJ 'bow cause, if any there be, why th
prayer ot the petitioner enonid not be granted?
And it is further ordered
that said petitioner give
notice to the persons interested in tho said Estate,
of tho pendency of said petition and the h carte g
thereof, by eausing axopy of this order to t pub
lished in tho Trvt Northerner, a newspapor print
ed and circulating in said County of Van Rurvr
three successive weeks, previous te said dtyc
A. W. Nash.
Judge cf Prcfcato.
Decflffibnr Pth. 1?5?. l2w'
Ry virtue of an execution, issned ont of and un
der the scsl of tbe Circuit Court for the County
of Van Ruren, to me directed and delivered, I bavo
lovicd upon all (he right title and interest of John
Andrews and Calvin Cross, tbe defendants named
in saii execution, in and to tho following described
lands and tenements, to wit: The North East quar
tr of section No. Fourteen in township No. thre
south of rango No. fifteen west, excepting ilxty
hreorodsin the north eattco ncr on which th
School Honse of District No. one standi, all it 4a
County of Vn Buren, State of Michigan, which I
shall expose for salo at public venda at th Court
Home in tho village of Paw Paw, in laid County,
on Saturday tbe twenty-secord day of January,
D. P59, at tie hour of ten o'clock in th forenor
of ai4 dsv.
NOBLE D. RICHARDSON, Sbrif
liy Eluzx M. GiiDDSir, finder f9Tir'f.
TV, D.-rsjVi-r h 153.